The Indiana Gaming Commission has now approved plans for Las Vegas-based Caesars Entertainment’s Horseshoe Southern Indiana to move its riverboat casino operations inland with the construction of an $85 million facility.view
Las Vegas Sands Corp. (LVS) has released its latest quarterly financial results, posting adjusted earnings of $1.04 per share and revenues of $3.58 billion.view
Significant changes for Louisiana’s 15 riverboat casinos may be near, as the State Senate has now voted 22-14 in favor of the “river-to-shore” proposal. The passage allows the bill to move to the Louisiana House.view
Konami Gaming, Inc. says it has reached an agreement with Carnival Corporation, to provide its SYNKROS casino management system across the Carnival’s entire global fleet of more than 100 ships under nine different cruise line brands.view
Wynn Resorts’ first earnings report under new CEO Matt Maddox shows first-quarter earnings rose to $2.30 a share, excluding some items. The Las Vegas-based casino operator revealed it had exceeded the analysts’ estimates of a $1.96-a-share average.view
Gaming Insider | It doesn’t get much better than this for local resort operators as big deals continue taking shape up and down the Las Vegas Strip. The strong community-wide support lavished on the Golden Knights deserves an assist.view
One Mann's Opinion | It’s possible to find someone who you are in complete agreement with on a “hot button” issue. Jim Hartman, the attorney who helped lead the failed effort to convince voters legalizing marijuana in Nevada was not a good idea, is such an individual.view
Gaming Yesterday | As the country breathlessly awaits the Supreme blessings on sports betting, more and more “experts” are being given media space. Lazy journalists regurgitate this nonsense like giddy groupies.view
The Analyst | The Nevada Gaming Commission has approved additional changes to various regulations this past week, and while very well intended, ultimately just added to the existing pile of “gotcha” rules.view
NBA commissioner Adam Silver is establishing himself “in the paint” and hoping to get prospective U.S. bookies to “take a charge” by reiterating late last week he wants the NBA to receive compensation if sports betting is expanding nationally.view
Las Vegas-based Wynn Resorts is retaining a longtime local FBI agent who is retiring from the agency to assume an, as yet, unspecified executive role with the company.view
Missouri gaming regulators may be forced to address casino ownership consolidation concerns, according to industry observers, with the announcement of Tropicana Entertainment’s deal to sell six of its eight casino properties.view
Florida Gov. Rick Scott announced late this week that an agreement has been reached that will continue Seminole Tribe payments of more than $300 million a year in casino tax money to the state.view
More consolidation has arrived in the global betting industry with the announcement today (Saturday) that negotiations have resulted in the acquisition of Sky Betting & Gaming (SBG) by Toronto-based Stars Group for about $3.4 billion (US).view
Tim Bryant is the new president and general manager of Derby City Gaming, the $60 million state-of-the-art historical racing machine facility opening in Louisville this fall.view
Las Vegas-headquartered MGM Resorts International has joined a growing list of major companies partially converting to solar energy. MGM announced this week is has partnered with Chicago-based Invenergy to develop a solar array 25 miles north of Las Vegas.view
Calling gambling expansion a “trifecta” for future success,” Texas, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew White has released a $9 billion plan that includes expanded gambling as a partial pathway to raise funds and cut property taxes in Texas.view
The National Indian Gaming Association will present a Chairman’s Leadership award to Charles “Chief” Boyd for his long-serving commitment and leadership as an Associate Member of NIGA during this week’s Indian Gaming 2018 Tradeshow and Convention.view
Cash Considerations Podcast | AB, Big Dave and Mo breakdown the Knights-Sharks, NFL Draft Mock 15 and possibly some NBA Playoffs.
The Indiana Gaming Commission has now approved plans for Las Vegas-based Caesars Entertainment’s Horseshoe Southern Indiana to move its riverboat casino operations inland with the construction of an $85 million facility.
Although there is no widespread problem at the upper levels of the game, corruption in international tennis remains a serious problem, according to a newly released independent review.
Las Vegas Sands Corp. (LVS) has released its latest quarterly financial results, posting adjusted earnings of $1.04 per share and revenues of $3.58 billion.
It will be fun to spend some time in Vegas taverns sporting the colors and uniforms of the Cleveland Browns and New York Giants. Count this New Yorker among the interested parties as the NFL Draft finally begins tonight at 5 p.m. PT at the Jerry Dome outside Dallas.